Today on Game History Secrets, Liam talks about his journey to uncover the story behind the Christmas Tinner, allegedly produced by the UK video game retailer GAME. The Christmas Tinner was a Christmas dinner in a tin for the ‘Lazy Gamer’ who couldn’t be bothered to make Christmas Dinner for themselves. It contained several layers, each representing a portion of the traditional Christmas dinner eaten in the UK, including a later of bacon and egg, mince pie, turkey and potatoes, gravy, cranberyy sauce, sprouts and stuffing, carrots and parsnips, and of course Christmas pudding. Yep, sounds like one disgusting xmas.
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Liam Robertson is a video game researcher and archiver. In his spare time, Liam creates videos and articles for various outlets, and will also be contributing to the Did You Know Gaming channel.
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